Antique Dealers in Cambridge, MA
Comprehensive list of Cambridge, Massachusetts based collectible & antique dealers, shops and stores.
For more than a decade European Country Antiques has been providing antiques of lasting value and beauty. Founder and owner, Ed Stuart hand selects each antique for its design and craftsmanship.
In MAY of 1999, The Barn at 17 was established in collaboration with Blackstone Furniture Restorers. We carry over 10,000 square feet of distinctive antiques and accessories in our warehouse showroom, with on site restoration services. Located in an old carriage barn in Somerville, we're just minutes from Boston.
Antiques on 5 is situated in the Boston Design Center and was established in 1996 by renowned interior designer Charles Spada. The showroom provides a perfect assortment of eighteenth and nineteenth century furnishings as well as a few choice reproductions. A huge selection of unusual lighting, unique framed artwork and antique decorative accessories accent the unconventional arrangement of furnishings.
For over 50 years Autrefois Antiques, a family business, has embraced a wide spectrum of styles in furniture, lighting, fine arts and decoration from the 17th to the mid-twentieth century. The Brookline Antique store is run and run by antique dealer Francesca Rowe and is situated in Brookline Village, 15 minutes from downtown Boston.
Brookline Village Antiques at the Boston Design Center provides an extensive range of European and American paintings and sculpture from the 18th to the 20th centuries as well as works by living New England artists, and a huge range of antique English and American furniture and accessories.
With galleries in Boston and Marlborough, Mass., Skinner is a leading full-service auctioneer and appraiser of antiques and fine art. Skinner conducts auctions year-round in both locations. As one of the nation's premier auction houses Skinner offers collectors the chance to bid on many rare and desirable pieces. Often, these unique items achieve world-record prices.
Trianon Antiques imports fine quality antiques from the eighteenth, nineteenth and early twentieth centuries directly from France, Italy, England and other countries. Our showroom is named after the smaller palaces on the grounds of the Chateau of Versailles, where generations of royalty sought a garden-inspired retreat from the pomp and protocol of courtly life.
The gallery showcases period objects produced in New England, emphasizing the important role that this region played in the American Art Pottery Movement. JMW is a nationally recognized source for art pottery by Grueby, Marblehead, SEG Paul Revere Pottery, Dedham, Hampshire, William Walley and Merrimac, as well as Newcomb, Rookwood, Robineau, and many others.